Perched on the northeast corner of Madison and Logan streets in the Heritage Hill District, behind a well-manicured bordering hedge, sits one of Grand Rapids’ most unique homes – the Meyer May House.
At these four wineries, sweet and savory bites are more than just a sidekick menu item. In some instances, they may even steal the show.
Michigan is dotted with quirky passion projects, from folk art sculptures to roadside attractions and elaborate art installations.
The “Open Hamburgers” sign on the Whitehouse Restaurant in Clare has to be oversized for the tiny building, or you’d miss one of the best burger joints in Michigan.
From glamping on a blueberry farm to a vibrant Victorian on Mackinac Island, you’ll want to stay at these dreamy vacation spots.
To the naked eye they look like plain gray rocks, but under black light they display an eerie orange glow. Erik Rintamaki discovered these rocks and named them “Yooperlites.”
Petoskey was the summertime destination of young Ernest Hemingway, and could be the ideal getaway for your next sun-soaked retreat.
Fort Mackinac, built in 1779-81 on Mackinac Island to protect British property from pesky American Revolutionary rebels, sweeps visitors back in time.
Far from the madding crowds, nature lovers reconnect with their spirit and nature in Hidden Lake Gardens in Lenawee County.
A harbinger of spring that is bountiful along the Lower Peninsula’s Lake Michigan shore, asparagus offers one of the first fresh tastes of the state’s diverse bounty of fruits and vegetables.
Hugh and Julie Covert took their dream to the next level when they decided to build the Schooner Huron Jewel, a 78-foot, gaff-rigged centerboard tall ship.
Top-notch golf courses abound in the Wolverine State and players benefit from an extra dose of summer daylight.